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In Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, President Uhuru Kenyatta held talks with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres in what appeared to be a move to mend fences over military deployment in South Sudan. The new UN chief told President Kenyatta that the organization wants to restore good relations with Kenya after a dispute that saw Kenya withdraw its troops from South Sudan. Guterres told President Kenyatta that Kenya was an important player in the region and therefore wanted the two to reconcile. As a sign of confidence, Kenya was allowed to take charge of the Darfur command in South Sudan. President Kenyatta said Kenya had agreed to a reset of relations and that he looks forward to a meeting of senior officials to work out details about the new arrangement.
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